In November of 2019, we traveled to Chicago, Illinois and one of the locations that we visited was the Chicago History Museum. Almost everyone we have talked to about this location did not realize that this museum currently houses the Abraham Lincoln death bed.
In June of 2017, we traveled up to Dearborn, Michigan and to the Henry Ford Museum. This will be one of several posts that we do about the museum and the Greenfield Village, but this one will be focused on the Presidential Limousines at the museum.
Did you know there is a museum in Gettysburg, that depicts that batters of the Civil War through the use of soldiers that are cats? Well, in July of 2018, we got to visit this museum, and let me tell you, it is true!
On September 14, we traveled to Marietta, Ohio and one of our stops was the Cawley and Peoples Mortuary Museum. Actually, this was the originally planned location stop for this trip, we just found other places to stop and do while we were there.
We are going to go way back to July 19, 2006 for this one, back to our honeymoon and before we even had any clue about starting Our Haunted Travel adventures. This was one of the places we wanted to visit during our trip, and we were so glad that we did. Thomas Edison and Henry Ford's winter Estates (properties next to each other) in Fort Myers, Florida, now one large historical site.
On July 8, 2019 we traveled to Point Pleasant, West Virginia to find out more about the paranormal activity in the town and as much as we could about the Mothman.
On August 17, 2019, we traveled back to The Fight 93 National Memorial in Stoysville, Pennsylvania. This was our second visit to the memorial, and who so much has changed.
In May of 2019, we traveled to Dundee Michigan, and took a tour of the Old Mill Museum. The building and antique collection were simply amazing, and this location is also what we like to call, "paranormal friendly". They embrace the paranormal claims at this location and love to talk about them too.
In July of 2018. We returned again to Gettysburg, Pennsylvania and one of our stops on this trip was to the Gettysburg Dime Museum. We had heard that this location would be closing, and we had to stop and check out the collection.
On July 3, 2015 we traveled to Philadelphia, Pennsylvania and one of the stops we had to make was to the The Mütter Museum since this location was on Marianne's bucket list. A whole building with the collection from the The College of Physicians of Philadelphia, of course it was on the list.
On July 22, 2017 we traveled to Silver Spring, Maryland and one of our stops was the National Museum of Health and Medicine. What an amazing museum with some very interesting artifacts, and the best part, it was free.
On July 22, 2017 we traveled to Silver Spring, Maryland and one of our stops was the National Museum of Health and Medicine. There were several reasons for this stop; however, one of the main reasons was to see the actual bullet that killed President Abraham Lincoln.
Find out more about Shawn and Marianne Donley on our About Page.